Need help with American Standard Wall Mount Toilet

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Hornnumb2

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I just did my bath remodel and the toilet got damaged during. It is cracked where the tank mounts up, the date in the tank shows what I think is a 1970 wall mount American Standard Glenwall. It is just a round bowl because of the small bath that it is in. Is there something that will bolt up in its place. The only thing I am finding are elongate which takes up about 3 more inches in this tiny room. Are the 4 bolt mounting pretty universal or not. So frustrated. Thanks Michael
 

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All my wall hungs were commercial there is somewhat of a standard lets be clear its wall hung not touching floor at all ?
take measurement to the floor to centerline of bolts confirm other toilet is the same or calls for lower if the new w/c is a bit higher 1/2 inch shouldnt matter unless its little people home
 

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I ordered The Gerber Maxwell today to replace the one that cracked. Should bolt right up right?
 
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